Travel Wisconsin Supper Club Opens at Lambeau Field
Green Bay – A supper club stand opened at Lambeau Field on Friday.
Governor Scott Walker joined Department of Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett at Lambeau Field today for the grand opening of the Travel Wisconsin Supper Club Concession Stand.
The opening marks the second Travel Wisconsin Supper Club Concession Stand, the first opened last spring at the Kohl Center in Madison.
Located outside Section 138, between the Mills Fleet Farm and Shopko Gates, the concession stand was designed to look like a supper club.
Fans will be greeted by a counter top built from Lambeau Field’s original brick façade, weathered cedar shake shingle roof, pendant and overhead mood lighting, and decorative ceiling panels.
The concession stand will be decorated with mounted fish and deer rack, historic Packers sports memorabilia and photos, as well as framed black and white photography of supper clubs and tourism attractions courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society.
The concession stand’s rotating menu will feature food inspired by supper clubs across the state like booyah, pot roast sandwiches, pasties, cheese curds, and of course, a Friday night fish fry. The drink menu will feature classic Wisconsin drinks, including a Brandy Old Fashioned Sweet.
“We’re excited to partner with the Green Bay Packers, whose history dates back almost as far as the iconic tradition of the Wisconsin supper club,” Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett said. “The Travel Wisconsin Supper Club at Lambeau Field lets us get our tourism message and brand in front of a dedicated fan base that loves football, food, and fun.”